In the case of Hipólito Yrigoyen, building improvements will be made to the facilities of the local university center. While in Trenque Lauquen, the expansion of the existing building of the local Scientific and Technological Pole will be launched with a main classroom for 70 students and improvement works will be carried out in its workshop classroom.
Finally, in Carlos Tejedor, the incorporation of the municipality to the program was formalized and they visited the property where the university center will be built, where the University Technician in Agricultural Technology Management will be taught, taught by the National Technological University (UTN).
“A former president said that it is crazy to open university centers throughout the territory. Others will say that it is an expense. For Governor Kicillof and those of us who are part of his government, it is not an expense, it is one of the best investments we can make, because it seeks to ensure that a right becomes a reality. And the rights have no price, but as officials we must work to guarantee them”, said Bianco.
The Buenos Aires official also referred to the importance of sustaining the drive for university education throughout the province. In this sense, he pointed out: “We have to work together with the different political forces to consolidate the Puentes Program as a State policy, with the objective of maintaining it over time.”